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Lian Li Launches the PC-A51 Aluminum Mid-Tower PC Case

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces a new brushed aluminum mid-tower chassis with a reverse airflow design - PC-A51. Previewed to the worldwide DIY community in its prototype stage, the PC-A51 is a conglomeration of user feedback and Lian Li's time-honed expertise and engineering capabilities.

Reverse Airflow Design
This community collaborated chassis sports a reverse airflow design in which cool air is pulled into the chassis from the rear filtered 120 mm fan. The front 140mm fan above the front-mounted PSU pulls hardware-damaging hot air out of the case. An additional 120 mm or 140 mm fan can be mounted on the floor of the chassis.

XFX Type 1 Bravo ATX Mid-Tower Case Starts Selling

XFX' debut in the gaming PC case arena, the Type 1 Bravo, started selling. The ATX mid-tower is priced at US $129.99. Measuring 518 mm x 232 mm x 562 mm, and made largely of SECC-steel, the case weighs about 10.4 kg. It features a sloped top, with a perforated front, and an edgy, opaque side panel with a flashy red bar featuring the XFX marking. Internally, there's room for some extremely long graphics cards (which is a given, since XFX also sells the HD 7990 under its own brand), and tall tower-type CPU coolers.

The XFX Type 1 Bravo offers room for three 5.25-inch drive bays with hinged valves for disc-trays, and eight 3.5-inch internal drive bays. The trays each feature mounting holes for 2.5-inch drives. The motherboard tray offers eight expansion slot bays, so you can install a dual-slot graphics card even in the bottom-most slot of your motherboard. Ventilation includes a 200 mm front intake, a 140 mm bottom intake, a 200 mm top exhaust, which alternatively be used as two 140 mm top exhausts, a 140 mm rear exhaust, and two 140 mm intakes along the side panel. Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks.

Cooler Master Releases the Silencio 452 Mid-Tower Case

Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and more, today announced a new member of the Silencio Series, the Silencio 452.

Silent Computing
Representing the best solution for sound absorption with system builds of all levels, the Silencio Series delivers ultimate performance with minimal noise. Sound silencing foam padding seeks to severely reduce system noises produced by hard drives, cooling fans, and other devices. Combine this with a solid-steel frame, vibration inhibiting rubber feet, two silent cooling fans and the Silencio 452 severely reduces noise output. Those that value a quiet computing space will immensely appreciate the new ATX and microATX supporting Silencio 452.

Spire Unveils the Lugen Series PC Cases

Netherlands-based Spire Corp. is expanding its PC chassis offer with three new models, all part of the Lugen Series. The trio includes the Lugen 1601, 1602 and 1603 mid-towers which feature similar specifications but different external panel designs.

The new cases measure 460 x 222 x 460 mm, have a steel structure, and include ATX/micro ATX motherboard support, two (1601) / three (1602 and 1603) 5.25-inch drive bays, four 3.5-inch internal drive trays, a I/O panel with dual USB 2.0 and audio ports, and seven PCI slots. The Lugen 1601, 1602 and 1603 are backed by a three-year warranty and have a recommended price tag of $27.95/€21.95 (VAT not included).

In Win Announces the 904 Aluminum PC Case

In Win Development has just unveiled a new addition to its PC case line-up, the 904 mid-tower. Seen below, this chassis measures 490 (H) x 192 (W) x 490 (D) mm and features an aluminum body, side panels made of tinted tempered glass, and supports ATX/micro ATX motherboards and graphics cards up to 360 mm long.

In Win's creation also has an I/O panel with USB 3.0 (x 4) and HD Audio ports, one 5.25-inch drive bay, three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive trays, magnetic dust filters, and can be equipped with two fans (90 mm on the back panel, 120/140 mm near the I/O panel) and a 120/140 mm liquid cooling radiator. The In Win 904 costs 179.90 Euro and is set to ship early next month.

COUGAR Announces the MX500 Mid-Tower PC Chassis

COUGAR has now officially launched its newest PC case, a mid-tower model known as MX500 which is claimed suitable for 'users demanding a large upgradeability capacity, with optimal airflow and ventilation characteristics'.

The MX500 measures 210 (W) x 475 (H) x 480 (D) mm, it has a black coating inside and out and features a top I/O panel with four USB ports (two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0), support for Micro ATX / ATX motherboards and for graphics cards up to 410 mm long, three 5.25-inch bays, seven 3.5-inch drive bays (three can be used to install 2.5-inch HDDs/SSDs), and seven PCI slots. The case also includes dust filters on the bottom and side panels and can house a total of seven fans, with two (120 mm) coming pre-installed. No word on pricing yet.

Thermaltake Unveils the Urban T21 and Urban T31 Mid-Tower Cases

As one leading brand in the computer chassis, thermal solution, and power supply unit. Thermaltake recently reveals Urban T21 and Urban T31 (windowed/non-window) mainstream mid-tower, two new members of Thermaltake latest chassis series - Urban Series. The entire series has a sophisticated and cutting-edge look; designed for users who look for powerful performance and high expandability but with a more simple and sophisticated look.

DeepCool Unveils the Tesseract Mid-Tower PC Chassis

In addition to revealing the Pangu, DeepCool has this week introduced a second mid-tower PC case, a model called Tesseract. Set to arrive in black and white versions, the chassis measures 472 x 210 x 454 mm, it weighs 5.1 kg, and features a mesh front panel, top-placed audio and USB (one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0) ports, seven PCI slots, and support for ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, and for graphics cards up to 305 mm in length.

The Tesseract offers three 5.25-inch bays, three 2.5-inch, and four 3.5-inch drive trays and comes equipped with two 120 mm fans - one with LEDs in front, and one light-free at the rear. For extra cooling, there's the option to install an extra four 120 mm fans - two on the top panel and two on the side. No word yet on pricing.

DeepCool Intros Pangu ATX Mid-Tower Case

DeepCool announced its Pangu ATX mid-tower case. It's characterised by a wider than normal body, letting you install tall graphics cards, and manage your cable spaghetti behind the motherboard tray better, since there's 2 cm of gap between the motherboard tray and the right panel. The case seats standard ATX motherboard types, with cutouts for CPU cooler and cable management. The drive storage area includes three 5.25-inch drive bays, and six 3.5/2.5-inch bays split between two detachable 3-bay cages. The drive cages, and expansion slot covers are tool-free.

Moving on to the cooling area, the case features two 120 mm front intakes, with which you can make room for a 120 x 240 mm radiator by detaching the 3.5/2.5-inch cages; two 120 mm top exhausts, which can accommodate another radiator, a unique 120 mm conveyor behind the 5.25-inch drive cage, one 120 mm bottom intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The perforated steel panels covering the front and top vents can be detached without any tools. Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HD audio jacks. The case is made of SECC steel and ABS plastic. It's available in black with deep blue, and white with hints of blue. DeepCool didn't announce pricing.

BitFenix Shadow Mid-Tower Cases Unveiled

BitFenix company has been known for specializing in releasing high quality computer cases at truly affordable prices. Today is premiere of a new model codenamed Shadow. The chassis has a stylish front door, which opens to the left and has sports ventilation holes at the bottom. Under holes you can find special modding back-light, which can be turned to blue, red or just off. On gaming forums some players say that after installing red light glowing from their computer, they started to achieve better results in clan matches. In the end red color raises our blood pressure and gives more power to fight.

Behind the front door, we can find three 5.25" bays, where you can install a Blu-Ray burner, memory card reader, fan controller, reservoir for water cooling or even LCD display of temperatures inside the computer. Under 5.25" slots there is a place where you can slide in seven 3.5" HDD and one 2.5" SSD - all without using any tools. Inside BitFenix Shadow you can mount ATX, microATX and lately very popular Mini-ITX mainboards. The maximum graphic cards length inside the case is 320mm and a CPU cooler can have height of 165 mm.

Lian Li Unveils the PC-10N Mid-Tower PC Chassis

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces a new brushed aluminum mid tower chassis with side mounted radiator support, PC-10N. Besides allowing for a 240 mm radiator to be placed on a hinged bracket, the PC-10N forgoes the traditional motherboard tray, and instead implements a railing mount design for increased thermal performance and better cable management.

Side Mounted 240 mm Radiator Support
A hinged bracket directly across the CPU allows DIY builders to install a 240 mm radiator in the PC-10N. The bracket secured by thumbscrews can be swung open on its hinge to allow for easy access of the internal components.

Enermax Introduces COENUS Mid-Tower Chassis

Enermax, building on the strength and features of their Fulmo ST series, has released the COENUS series of chassis. Like the Fulmo ST, the COENUS features a three-dimensional black iron mesh for optimal cooling and an overall exciting visual effect. This fully covered chassis' grill mesh allows for superior ventilation for cooling.

The COENUS has 30mm of clearance for easy backside cable routing. On the side is a chic, full-cover acrylic side panel; one of the iconic features from Enermax where the builder can show off an individual or customized interior. This design with wide expansion allows the installation of high-end tower type components.

Enermax Announces Fulmo ST Premium ATX Mid-Tower Case

The Enermax Fulmo series of chassis, including both the Fulmo and Fulmo GT Series, have proven to be favorite solutions for system builders. Much preferred by enthusiasts, as desktop systems have evolved, the Fulmo series is made to be compatible with all aspects of water cooling. With the launch of the new Fulmo ST series Enermax is presenting a new cutting-edge solution.

The Fulmo ST features a three-dimensional black iron mesh for optimal cooling and an overall exciting visual effect. For a fully covered chassis like the Fulmo ST, the visually striking grill mesh allows for superior ventilation for cooling. The Fulmo ST has 32 mm of clearance for easy backside cable routing. On the side is a chic, full-cover acrylic side panel; one of the iconic features from Enermax where the builder can show off an individual or customized interior. This design with wide expansion allows the installation of high-end tower type components.

Thermaltake Announces Level 10 GTS Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand with expertise in PC power and thermal solutions, continues to drive toward the corporate mission of "delivering the perfect user experience" as the optimized mission. The windowed version of Thermaltake Level 10 GTS and Level 10 GTS snow Edition, born as a member of collaborations between Thermaltake and BMW's DesignWorks, shrink the size but not the fine characters.

The Thermaltake Level 10 GTS series mid-tower chassis, inheriting the unique shape of Level 10 and Level 10 GT with 4 EasySwap PitStop HDD bays, equipped USB 3.0 front ports, advanced cable management, tool-free drive locking devices and HDD security lock system. It also contains a large transparent side window for displaying enthusiasts and gamers grand internal components. By the 20cm front Blue LED Fan, 12cm rear fan and two optional fans in both top and the bottom; the Level 10 GTS series presents the superior power of ventilation. This mid-tower chassis provides sufficient space for graphics cards up to 315mmin length, CPU coolers up to 175mm tall, as well as fitment optimizations for CPU liquid coolers such as the WATER2.0 units. Level 10 GTS makes it possible to take advantage of excellent airflow and liquid coolers to vastly reduce temperatures of system components.

SilverStone RL04 Mid-Tower Chassis Revealed

SilverStone is now preparing a new Redline series PC case, a mid-tower called RL04 which is painted black both inside and out and offers support for ATX and micro ATX motherboards, and for graphics cards up to 11.5 inches long.

The RL04 measures 220 (W) x 480 (H) x 523 (D) mm, it weights 6.2 kg and has two side-placed USB 3.0 ports, four 5.25-inch and five 3.5/2.5-inch drive bays, seven PCI slots, and one 120 mm front intake fan. No word yet on the case's price tag.

Abee Unveils Acubic D80 Series ATX Mid-Tower Cases

Japanese PC case maker Abee unveiled the Acubic D80 series ATX mid-tower cases. It is characterized by thick steel panels, which can be 1 mm-thick in some parts (such as detachable panels), and 0.8 mm-thick on others (such as the framework). The thicker steel makes it heavy, but also vibrates lesser, resulting in lower noise output by vibration. The outer walls of the panels are given a fine matte finish that doesn't invite prints.

Internally, the Acubic D80 uses two drive cages, one which stacks drives on top of each other, and the other besides each other, like dominoes. The arrangement creates over 32 cm of legroom for expansion cards. A total of five 3.5-inch drives, a slot of one of which converts to two 2.5-inch bays, can be installed.

Xigmatek Readies the Talon Mid-Tower Chassis

Xigmatek is currently preparing the introduction of Talon, the first PC case in the company's new, Stealth Series offering. The Talon is a mid-tower chassis which features a rubber coating on its top and front panels, support for ATX, micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards, three 5.25-inch and eight 3.5-inch bays (five 3.5-inch trays can be used to hold 2.5-inch drives), two top-placed USB 3.0 ports, and a side window.

Xigmatek's case also has two pre-installed fans - a 200 mm model in front and a 140 mm spinner at the rear, and can house graphics cards up to 330 mm long. The Talon's price tag is not yet known.

Source: ChipLoco

NOX Releases the NX-3 Mid-Tower PC Case

NOX XTREME PRODUCTS has updated its PC chassis offering with the release of a new mid-tower model, the NX-3. This all-black case measures 190 (W) x 470 (H) x 433 (D) mm and has one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, three 5.25-inch bays, one 2.5-inch and four 3.5-inch internal drive bays, and a front 120 mm fan equipped with red LEDs.

The NX-3 can be found priced at €37.67.

Zalman Also Announces Z5 and Z5 Plus ATX Mid-Tower Cases

Apart from the ZM-LE value PSUs, Zalman also introduced the Z5 and Z5 Plus cases. The two ATX mid-tower cases share a common design, with the exception of the Z5 Plus featuring a few extras. The Z5 series features an angled polygon shape which has been the rage for some time now. It features all-black exteriors and interiors, with matte finish. Made of SECC steel, it measures 205 x 460 x 490 mm (WxHxD). The motherboard tray is spacious enough to support graphics cards as long as 33 cm. Drive bays include three external 5.25-inch, one external 3.5-inch, three 3.5-inch, and two 2.5-inch. The case features 7 expansion slots.

Ventilation loadout for both the Z5 and Z5 Plus is common, with one 120 mm front intake, one 120 mm top exhaust, and one 120 mm rear exhaust. The Z5 features front and rear fans, while the Z5 Plus also includes a top fan. The Z5 Plus also includes a 2-channel fan controller. Other exclusives with the Z5 Plus include an acrylic window and USB 3.0 front-panel port. The motherboard tray features a cutout behind the CPU socket area, while the rear portion features valved inlets for liquid cooling tubing. The Z5 from Zalman is priced at US $67, while the Z5 Plus goes for just $3 more, at $70.

Source: Overclockers Ukraine

Akasa Cavalry Mid-Tower Case Pictured

Akasa unveiled its newest entry-level ATX mid-tower chassis, the Cavalry. The case is designed for gaming PC builds on a shoestring budget. Measuring 180 x 370 x 418 mm, and weighing about 5 kg, the Akasa Cavalry makes use of steel (frame, panels), and ABS plastic (front/façade). It features two 5.25-inch drive bays, one exposed and about five discrete 3.5-inch bays. The PSU tray is located on the top of the case, the motherboard tray has a few cable-management holes, although it lacks one that makes it easy to deal with coolers with back-plates. Ventilation includes one 120 mm red LED-lit front-intake (included), one 80 mm rear exhaust (included), and provision for a fan on the side panel. It is priced at 29.90 €.

Source: Cowcotland

Enermax Display Pair of New ATX Mid-Tower Cases

Enermax displayed a pair of upcoming ATX mid-tower cases. The company hasn't finalized names of the two. One of them is labeled under Enermax' main brand (model: ECA3260), while the other, under its Ostrog series (ECA3270). The ECA3260 is designed to be extremely airy thanks to its fully-perforated front; while the CM HAF-looking ECA3270 offers "massive HDD storage room" (we count 8 3.5/2.5-inch bays). Both cases are capable of holding large (240 mm) fans, and feature largely tool-free interiors. Both cases make good use of the company's Vegas series fans for styling/illumination. Enermax will launch the the two cases in the second half of 2012.

Diablotek Introduces the TITAN XT ATX Mid Tower

Diablotek, a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high-performance, computer components today announced the launch of its latest creation: the Titan XT.

"I am pleased to announce our latest model the Titan XT, designed for System integrators, resellers, or even enthusiast this case features full length VGA Support, Tool-less Assembly and much more all at a price point that can't be beat. So make sure to check it out when it hits retail and etail stores this week", said Susan Wang, VP Operations at Diablotek International Inc., North America.

Rosewill Announces R5, the Sleeper Mid-Tower Gaming Case with Ultra-Cooling

Rosewill the award-winning brand for Computer Hardware just released the newest member of Rosewill gaming and performance computer case family, R5 Gaming Case.

The R5 Gaming Case may not look like a showstopper from the outside, but when you take a closer look at the insides of this sleeping giant, it will hold its own against the big boys out there. This case has all the features that you have come to expect in a top ranking gaming case under $100 including 3 x 120 mm fans (with the ability to support up to 8 fans), USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, 7 expansion slots, tool-less bays for your 5.25" and 3.5" drives, and easy-access covers (with dust filters) for the top and front fan bays (which can hold 2 fans in each bay), this case has all of the features that all modern gamers need and more.

Enermax Ostrog Window Entry Level Mid-Tower Case Pictured

Over the weekend, Enermax unveiled the windowed Ostrog ATX mid-tower chassis (model: ECA3253-BR) in Asia. Ostrog made its first appearance at this year's CeBIT event, in early-March. The exhibited variant, however, lacked a side-panel window. Pictured below, the case features a large acrylic window that has vents cut into it, for two 120 mm fans.

Ostrog is an ATX mid-tower case that's all black (interior and exterior), with a colored frame on its front-panel. It has four exposed 5.25" drive bays, and one exposed 3.5" bay. Including that, there are six 3.5" bays. A set of three 3.5" drive bays is detachable, creating extra headroom (413 mm) for long graphics cards. With the drive cage in place, there's about 286 mm of room for graphics cards.

SAMA Introduces Nighthawk 2 Value Mid-Tower Case

Chinese company SAMA introduced Nighthawk 2, a value ATX mid-tower case, priced at just 299 RMB (US $47.4). Despite its low cost, it offers a host of new features, aesthetic touches, and a good load-out of fans. Measuring 450 x 200 x 420 mm (WxDxH), the case is made of ABS and SECC/steel. It features an all-black interior and exterior, with a red acrylic side panel window, which slightly protrudes. Most of its front-panel is perforated.

The case is spacious enough to hold 300 mm-long graphics cards. Drive bays include four 5.25" and six 3.5", all of which are tool-free. Its ventilation system includes one 120 mm red LED-lit front intake, one 120 mm exhaust between the 3.5" drive cage and the motherboard tray, one 120 mm rear exhaust, and two 120 mm top exhausts. The front utility panel includes four USB 2.0 ports, and audio.

Source: Expreview
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